“Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” It’s one of the longest standing traditions when it comes to luck and superstitions on the big day. But even one of the biggest traditions can seem to slip through the cracks amidst all the other wedding details. On my wedding day, for example, as I was getting …

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Blue Wedding Jewelry

Are you looking high and low for your perfect “something blue” to dawn on your wedding day? Take a peek at some of these gorgeous, blue-hued jewels and get inspired! This brooch would look amazing adorning your bouquet or even as the back of your dress where you sash will be tied. This bib necklace …

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Quick— name five blue wedding flowers. Stumped? Don’t feel bad. The color blue works well with so many wedding styles: depending on the shade, it can be stately, fresh, light, innocent, or glamorous. But which blue flowers are actually a natural blue? Several, actually. Here are our top eight blue blossoms. And even if you’re …

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Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue… Ever wondered where this little rhyme originated and what it means? Dating back to Victorian-era England, the rhyme alludes to four traditional talismans of good luck. Something old stands for continuity with the bride’s family and past, something new symbolizes optimism for the future, something borrowed should …

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Baby blue has long been the traditional choice for the “something blue” that every bride is to wear on her wedding day. However, it’s far from the only option, and one trend in bridal fashions and accessories is providing today’s brides with a variety of fresh ways to interpret the classic bridal rhyme. Navy blue …

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something blue ideas

  You may have something old, something new and something borrowed covered, but what about something blue? Most modern bridal accoutrements are virginal white. But this wasn’t always true, and certainly doesn’t have to be true now. You can find creative ways to incorporate something blue, no matter how much color you want to wear …

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